Holstein Yellow Sandalwood Violin Bow:
- High quality Sandalwood craftsmanship
- Nickel-Silver mounting and winding
- Genuine Ebony Frog
- Mother of pearl inlays on eye and slide
- Lizard skin thumb wrap
- Imitation ivory tip plate
New from Fiddlershop.com is the Holstein Yellow Sandalwood Bow.
These bows deliver an unparalleled playing experience compared to any wood or carbon fiber bow at this price point.
For any string player looking for the warmth and richness of a wood bow at an affordable price, you can't go wrong with this bow.
Fiddlershop's Incredible Holstein Bow Warranty!
All of the Holstein bows come with our incredible Holstein Bow Warranty. Within the first year of purchase, we will repair or replace the bow if an accident happens. We know that a bow is fragile and we hope that this extended bow warranty gives you a complete peace of mind when you are shopping with us.
Excellent bow for a value
I’m a beginner and love this bow
Lighter than the CF Bow, and easier to move
I love this bow and the wood!
It's excellent and very lightweight but just by a few grams(which can be a lot) but I love sandalwood period, the wood is pretty, it sounds great with the violin I use, and sandalwood has many uses which brings this bow close to my heart.......
Holstein Yellow Sandalwood Bow
I am really impressed with how responsive and beautifully finished this bow is, particularly given its reasonable price. My previous dealings with customer service has been extraordinarily responsive. It’s clear that every staff member intends to make the customer satisfied.I consider this my go-to website of choice for any future purchases.
Great tone and response at a great price
TL;DR - This bow just became my primary bow, and the carbon can stick around as a backup. In preparation for an overseas assignment I figured I ought to make sure I had a second bow available for my fiddle. I ordered this in conjunction with the Holstein Premium Rosin to test alongside the Fiddlerman Carbon Fiber Bow that came with my Fiddlerman Apprentice Violin Outfit. The first thing I noticed was how much less tension is required to straighten the shaft compared to the carbon bow, this is readily apparent without even attempting to make a sound. As a quite new player it is very difficult to play softly with good tone using the carbon bow, but with this bow (and the premium rosin - which could very well be a major contributing factor) it is actually very easy to do. Playing feels much smoother to me, and this man be because this bow feels like more of its mass is over the middle of the bow, whereas the carbon bow feels like the entire weight is in the frog. Both bows are within a gram of each other (carbon is 62g, yellow sandalwood is 63 on my scale).
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